with the Rev James Butterworth. Stereo
with Brian Redhead and Sue MacGregor.
Details as Monday plus:
7.45 Thought for the Day with Mgr Vincent Nichols
8.40 Yesterday in Parliament
Producer Nick Utechin
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The last programme in which Professor Anthony Clare explores matters of the mind.
Producer Matt Thompson
Invisible by Maggie Mountford. Read by June Barrie. Producer Viv Beeby
My God, How Wonderful Thou Art (Westminster, BBC HB 12); Matthew 5, vv 17-24; If Ye Love Me (Tallis); Almighty Father, Who for Us Thy Son (AnnueChriste). Director of Music
Stephen Layton. Stereo
Written by Mike Harris
Director Adrian Bean. Stereo
Reflections of life and politics abroad. Producer Zareer Masani
The final programme examining myths and legends surrounding common birds.
The owl is known as a wise old bird, but Roger Worsley finds it is also a bird of ill omen. Producer Pam Redman
with John Howard
The final episode of Evelyn Waugh 's satire on the American way of death.
Aimee Thanatogenous is horrified to discover that her fiance,
Dennis Barlow , works in a pets' cemetery. But can she find true happiness with her other suitor, senior mortician Mr Joyboy ?
Adapted by Bill Matthews
Producer Lissa Evans. Stereo
with James Naughtie
with Jenni Murray. Gypsies settled in Czechoslovakia in 1322, yet they've never been made to feel at home.
Is life improving for them since the downfall of communism? Nancy Durham investigates. Serial: Of Such
Small Differences (11)
Regional Variations (2)
and other business from Parliament.
with Lady Susana Walton , who talks about the life and music of the late Sir William Walton , her husband.
Producer Michael Emery
Barry Cunliffe begins the new series with a look at how history has been taught in the past, how Americans learn their history, whose history we should be teaching in this country and, with the National Curriculum looming, how it might fare in the future.
Producers Kate Whitehead and Felicity Goodall
Paul Vaughan celebrates the 90th birthday of American composer
Aaron Copland , whose music encompasses the cowboy rhythms of 'Rodeo', and the sparer sounds of his chamber music; and sisters
Kristine and Katherine Ciesinski talk about their musical background which has propelled them into major opera roles in London and Scotland. Producer Kate Wilkinson
(Aaron Copland is Radio 3's Composer of the Week)
Presented by Valerie Singleton and Hugh Sykes
and Financial Report
The last of four comic adventures written by and starring Jenny Eclair and Julie Balloo.
Horror of horrors! Jenny and Julie may be related! And worse still, they have to go to Blackpool to find out the truth....
With Helen Lederer and special guest Nicholas Parsons.
Producer Sioned Wiliam. Stereo
Major issues, changing attitudes and events at home and abroad.
Reporter Helen Boaden. Producer Rod Crocker
William Scanlan Murphy uncovers the grim and often gruesome story of a cult in Weimar
Germany with an unhealthy interest in cream cheese.
Producer Gillian Hush (R)
News, views and information for people with a visual handicap. With Tony Barringer. Producer Thena Heshel
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with Roger White. Stereo
with Alexander MacLeod Stereo
Who Was Changed and Who Was Dead by Barbara Comyns. Part 7.